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I am new to kotlin, so I am sorry in advance, if this is a simple misstake.
I am trying at the moment to rewrite an api (written in Kotlin) to java 17. Everything worked so far. But now I am getting following deprecated message:
'toLowerCase(): String' is deprecated. Use lowercase() instead.
Of course I know what it means, so I tried doing it like in the following Picture: https://i.stack.imgur.com/vT8k5.png
But why doesnt it find the lowercase Function?
This is in my build.gradle:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-29 at 18:58
kotlin-stdlib version is 1.5 or above. Check this out
Android detekt 1.19.0
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 10:37
I need to add this to my top level gradle build file
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-23 at 23:08
With the below dependencies I was able to build project successfully:
I am trying to publish my Kotlin multiplatform library to Maven Central via Sonatype. This repository requires me to include a
javadoc.jar file with my artifacts. Unfortunately, the IntelliJ IDEA project wizard and the Kotlin multiplatform docs do not help me do that. When running the Gradle task
dokkaJavadoc (for the official Kotlin documentation tool Dokka), I get the error "Dokka Javadoc plugin currently does not support generating documentation for multiplatform project."
I actually do not need genuine JavaDocs for publishing - an empty
javadoc.jar or one with other docs generated by Dokka would suffice. Since I have been a longtime Maven user and these are my first steps with Gradle, I have no idea how to do that.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-19 at 20:10
I noticed I had another issue related to publishing: Signatures and POM information where not applied to all modules. But given Lamba92_v2's code I could resolve all publishing-related issues:
This is what my pom.xml looks like...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-15 at 04:35
The BOM dependency should go in the
I get a failure for the stage 'Static analysis' during my jenkins-pipeline.
Here is my Jenkinsfile :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-21 at 17:16
After investigation, it seems "androidLint" is not supported by "Warnings Next Generation Plugin", and has been replaced by "androidLintParser"
the correct step with Warning Next Generation plugin is :
When I decide to use ktlint, what is the difference between lint and ktlint?
lint is optimized for Android
ktlint is optimized for Kotlin?
How is ktlint performing with integration systems like Bamboo? Will it apply autoamtically?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-07 at 19:01
Linting is the process of checking the source code for Programmatic as well as Stylistic errors. Lint and Linting is more general and doesn't apply to Android only.
Ktlint is more specific and checks rules more specific to Kotlin language.
I personally use detekt for checking my code. It has more configuration options.
How is ktlint performing with integration systems like Bamboo? Will it apply autoamtically?
Linting doesn't depend on integration with other systems. It just checks any code you have.
You can add pre-commit hook, to check your code with ktlint before commits:
I am a complete beginner with threads therefore I'm not able to resolve this problem myself.
I have two threads which should run in parallel. The first thread should read in the data (simulate receive queue thread) and once data is ready the second thread shall process (processing thread) the data. The problem is, that the second thread will wait for a change of the conditional variable an infinite amount of time. If I remove the for loop of the first thread, conditional variable will notify the second thread but the thread will only execute once. Why is the conditional variable not notified if it is used within the for loop?
My goal is to read in all data of a CSV file in the first thread and store it dependent on the rows content in a vector in the second thread.
Thread one look like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-19 at 10:51
I'm not a C++ expert, but the code seems understandable enough to see the issue.
Your thread 1 grabs the lock once and doesn't release it until the end of its lifetime. It may signal that the condition is fulfilled, but it never actually releases the lock to allow other threads to act.
To fix this, move
std::lock_guard lck(mtx); inside the loop, after sleeping. This way, the thread will take and release the lock on each iteration, giving the other thread an opportunity to act while sleeping.
This is for a largish 3-4 year running Android project, running on Gradle 5.4.1. Integration testing is with Mockito, espresso and dagger.
I have run into an issue where we are adding a Pendo library to the project, the dependency was added to Gradle as standard. Everything runs fine, until we try to run integration tests (~2000), these are run in shards with Spoon.
Around half way through the integration tests, on random tests each time, we run into a native crash killing the test run, due to LinearAlloc exceeding capacity. Running these tests in isolation, or in their classes locally they pass with no issues and have been stable for a long time.
I brought the whole app back to the known good build, added the Pendo dependency only and this results in the same problem, however I don't believe this is due to Pendo, as I tested by coming back to a known good build (tested on again at this point for sanity) and adding a random new dependency, this resulted in the same problem.
From what I can find this may be something to do with the method limits around Android. I should mention we are using multidex to break the app down. Proguard and minify are also being used.
Part of the issue here is that I'm really not sure what to look at to figure out what's going on to cause this overflow. Following the logs for the test runs, nothing appears to be amiss, bar a fair bit of garbage collection (which I'm guessing means a leak somewhere). I'm unsure if this issue is down to some underlying leak, and the new libraries are pushing something just over the edge, or if there's some dependency limit in android that I'm unaware of, or some other way to break the files down so we aren't causing LinearAlloc to fill up.
From reading, I know the limits of LinearAlloc were upped around Android 5, we are having problems on devices both above (Android 10) and below this (Android 4) and I don't really see much chat around this since 2017, so I feel like I'm missing something obvious, or something is misconfigured in the project given it was setup before then.
Any help would be really appreciated. I've dumped a cut down version of the gradle file below...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-02 at 11:36
Okay so this was a fun one, leaving this up incase anyone ever runs into a similar issue.
It seems in this case, the error message we were getting out was fairly misleading. A good way to help diagnose these sort of errors is to look at the tombstone left by the crash, see https://source.android.com/devices/tech/debug/native-crash for more info around that
In this case proguard was our enemy, it seemed to be performing some sort of optimisation on the test code leading to variables being assigned incorrectly and was resolved by adding
-optimizations *other optimizations*,!code/allocation/variable this might not work for your particular case, but maybe try configuring proguard to do no optimisation and see if that helps :D
When I use sonarqube plugin I'm not able to generate report on remote host on using my specific branch as lateast version is not supporting it and branch.name is deprecated
So When I use detekt plugin it generates report in file locally and not on remote host. How can provide gradle setting to generate html report on remote host Like it generates using property sonar.host.url when we use sonarqube plugin
my build.gradle looks like...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-19 at 20:06
Hi my code is working for id("org.sonarqube") version 2.7 I don't need detekt plugin
We have found for sonarqube kotlin was not enabled thats why it was always saying master branch empty when we tried to run it with any other branch, after server enabled kotlin support simply by adding sonarqube server host it's working for any branch.
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